Movie night

This Thursday, October 9th, students from Jason Lee Middle School will be hosting an environmental film fundraising event. It kicks off at 5:45 featuring displays from organizations – like the south Sound chapter of  Surfrider – followed by the films Bag-It and Tapped, each of which discuss the complex issues surrounding single-use plastics. For more … Continue reading

The way of the dinosaurs

I saw this bin in front of the grocery store this morning. It’s not a store that I use often and I haven’t seen many of these plastic bag recycling bins around lately… not as many as I used to, anyway. I think it’s because they are pretty much BS, and most people are getting … Continue reading

The Price of convenience

The photo above was taken by a Surfrider member on the beach in Ventura, California. It shows a dead cormorant in the wrackline, a plastic grocery bag wrapped securely around its head and neck. I’m not sure how much more needs to be said about this. Except to say that this is what “convenient” looks … Continue reading